Sarcophagi are like an image of our current environment. In these rectangular boxes we are enclosed being at work, at home, everywhere. They shape the image of modern cities and surround us everywhere. "Nature doesn't know straight lines," Claude Monet said. And already in this we are in conflict with wildlife and its manifestation within us. Only when the heart stops on the medical monitor can you see a straight line.
AUTHOR: Aleksandr Kutsepalov RUSSIAN FEDERATION
My name is Aleksander Kutsepalov. I live in Russia city of Novosibirsk. I graduated from the University of arts and culture in Russia. I have been engaged in photography for about three years. I consider photography as an art as a way of self-expression to realize my inner vision through creativity. Photography for me is first of all an idea or a story that I want to convey through a picture or a series of pictures. Photography is the feeling that it conveys when you look at it. I am very glad that in modern times all conditions are created when each author can show his works to the world and take part in such a wonderful photo contest as MONOVISIONS PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS.
1.Participation in the exhibition “Moments of Color”in the Blank Wall Gallery from 7 June until 19 June 2019. The winning photo is called "They see".
2. Juror's choice and participation in the exhibition "The Shape of Things" in the PH21 Contemporary Photography Gallery May 9 – June 1, 2019. The winning photo is called "Deliberateness".